Meet St. Charles North QB Matthew Plumb Class Of 2026 - Incoming Freshmen Spotlight (Top Recruit)
So, in a way to better understand the use of Deep Dish Football for Illinois recruits and the whole entire IHSA Football scene. Decided to do player profiles of players who you might not know or you might know, but you should respect them for their roles on their respective teams. This is one of the many reasons why Deep Dish Football is respected in the IHSA. Every Football Player Has A Story To Tell
So Doing Something Again This Summer Its Called "Incoming Freshmen Spotlight". Talking About Young Stars Coming Into The IHSA Scene
Matthew Plumb St. Charles North QB Class of 2026 6'2 175
Matthew Plumb how was your 8th grade season? My 8th grade season went pretty well. We went 13-1. We had most returning players and a couple new ones. We were upset in the super bowl. It was definitely a tough lost but a great run over 7 years as a Tri City Charger. How excited are you to start high school football? I am extremely excited to have started football at Saint Charles North. Being a North Star football player has been a dream of mine ever sense I was ball boy for them in the state championship game. It has been something I envision on a daily basis. I will work to get back to that same spot, but this time a player. Coach Pomazak creates an amazing experience and environment for all of his players. My time has come and I am ready to see what I can put forth to this amazing program. What do you like about playing QB? What I love about playing QB is that the quarterback leads the offense and sets the tone for the team. I love being in control of the team, but that comes with a responsibility that you have to live up too. Everyone on the team looks up to the QB in tough times during the game. His attitude makes or breaks a team. The quarterback is the heart and soul of the team and he makes the big decisions that can drastically change the outcome the game. The QB is the biggest responsibility on the field and I love to challenge myself and take on that role to lead my team to victory. What should college coaches know about you? College coaches should know that I am very hard working and never afraid to compete. The moment is never to big for me and I am wired for big game situations. What is your favorite route to throw to? My favorite route to throw is a corner. What does football mean to you? To me, football is more than just a sport. Football is a way of life. Football teaches you to be a better man and it teaches you how to deal with adversity. When your down and you have to score to win, it really shows what your made of and I think that relates to life. Football teaches you that small thing matter because it isn’t just about you. It’s about your team. If one person misses their blocking assignment that could screw up the whole play. Football teaches me to be grateful because every time I step on that field I grasp how lucky I am to be playing one of the greatest sports ever created.
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